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Cauliflower Carrot Curry

Morsels of Life - Cauliflower Carrot Curry - Cauliflower, cooked up with carrots, tomatoes, and chickpeas in a thick curry sauce containing garlic, ginger, and onion for one flavorful cauliflower carrot curry.

It's time again - SRC time! Each month, a group of us are assigned another blogger, and we get to pick a recipe from their blog to make. This month, I got Sarah's Kitchen. Sarah's originally from Kent, and she's been living in the US since 2002, which made me want to try her cauliflower cheese recipe since she described it as "quintessentially British." However, when it got time to make the recipe, I found out the cauliflower I got didn't quite fit into the oven. I thought about cutting the cauliflower first, but I also remembered another cauliflower recipe I saw and decided to make her Cauliflower and Chickpea Curry instead. I recently got some curry powder, and with James always wanting some curry dishes, the decision was made. :) I followed Sarah's recipe for the most part, but substituted ghee for oil, chili powder for chili sauce, carrots for green beans, and left out the water and cilantro. I thought the amount of liquid from the tomatoes would provide enough to cook in, and I didn't really want a curry with a lot of extra sauce. However, when I served this cauliflower carrot curry, James mentioned he liked a curry with a bit more sauce, so next time I make this cauliflower carrot curry, I'm thinking I might add the water or even some thick, creamy coconut milk!

Do you prefer your curries with just a bit of sauce or lots of sauce?


Morsels of Life - Cauliflower Carrot Curry - Cauliflower, cooked up with carrots, tomatoes, and chickpeas in a thick curry sauce containing garlic, ginger, and onion for one flavorful cauliflower carrot curry.

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Cauliflower, cooked up with carrots, tomatoes, and chickpeas in a thick curry sauce containing garlic, ginger, and onion for one flavorful cauliflower carrot curry.

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Yield: 6 servings

Materials:

Mass Weight Volume Number Material Notes
301 grams 10.625 ounces 2 cups 1 can chickpeas, cooked and drained
411 grams 14.5 ounces 1 can diced tomatoes
719 grams 25.375 ounces 1 cauliflower florets
277 grams 9.75 ounces carrots, chopped
142 grams 5 ounces 1 onion, diced
1 tablespoon garlic, minced
1 tablespoon chili powder
2 tablespoons curry powder
1 tablespoon ginger, grated


Methods:

Morsels of Life - Cauliflower Carrot Curry Step 1 - Gather all materials. 1. Gather all materials.
Morsels of Life - Cauliflower Carrot Curry Step 2 - Cook onions in a bit of ghee until slightly transparent. 2. Cook onions in a bit of ghee until slightly transparent.
Morsels of Life - Cauliflower Carrot Curry Step 3 - Add in garlic and ginger, cooking until fragrant. 3. Add in garlic and ginger, cooking until fragrant.
Morsels of Life - Cauliflower Carrot Curry Step 4 - Add in curry powder and chili powder. 4. Add in curry powder and chili powder.
Morsels of Life - Cauliflower Carrot Curry Step 5 - Add in remaining materials, mixing until everything well coated and cooked to desired tenderness. 5. Add in remaining materials, mixing until everything well coated and cooked to desired tenderness.

Morsels of Life - Cauliflower Carrot Curry - Cauliflower, cooked up with carrots, tomatoes, and chickpeas in a thick curry sauce containing garlic, ginger, and onion for one flavorful cauliflower carrot curry.

14 comments:

  1. Curry is one of my favorites....great choice of veggies!

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  2. Your curry looks great! definitely try the cauliflower cheese, it is one of my favourite English comfort foods!

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  3. You really can't go wrong with a good curry! What a delicious selection for the SRC!

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  4. We definitely enjoyed this curry! And you're right - they're so versatile you can always find a good curry. :)

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  5. We thought so too! :)

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  6. We just got another cauliflower, and I think I might have to! Your curry tasted great too. :)

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  7. Something about cauliflower and carrots that just works. :)

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  8. You can never have enough good curry recipes in your life, right?! I will put this on my to-try list immediately, CJ. Thanks for sharing with the SRC.

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  9. Thank you for hosting Inspire Me Monday.
    This sounds good!

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  10. We definitely enjoyed it! Hope you enjoy it too. :)

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  11. Never! :) I'm already thinking I can make this with tofu tonight!

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  12. I love a yummy curry that has simple ingredients and looks manageable for all of us. Thanks for sharing, Cheryl

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  13. This curry definitely qualifies - simple and yummy! :)

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